In 1997 Scotland held a referendum on whether to have its own parliament. It was an overwhelming Yes vote.
They say 300 of them will be out in force in Edinburgh tomorrow. They hope to do a traditional Catalan dance in the castle tomorrow.
But what happens if you’re not even mentally considering the possibility of the defeat?
Exclusive polling by YouGov for BuzzFeed News reveals the extent to which Scotland’s No voters think the country has changed during the referendum campaign.
The former prime minister defended Scotland, attacked the SNP and praised the shared history of the United Kingdom. Better Together supporters absolutely loved it.
The queue was around the block for Yes tattoos in Kirkcaldy. Let’s just hope they don’t change their minds.
Take this incredibly scientific quiz to find out.
The leader of a Canadian political party that supports independence for Quebec said Quebecois were worse off for voting No in two independence referendums of their own.
The former prime minister delivered a very pro-Labour take on the Better Together campaign at an anti-independence rally outside Glasgow.
What does it all mean? No really, what is going on here.
A vision of things to come?
BuzzFeed News asked these anti-independence demonstrators in Trafalgar Square why they are saying “naw” to this week’s Scottish independence referendum.
The first minister reckons Cameron will face an uprising from irate Conservative MPs if Scotland votes Yes on Thursday.
The Scottish first minister said there will be no need for a “day of reckoning” against opponents of independence if Scotland votes Yes.
The owner of The Sun has been spotted in Aberdeen with just days to go until the referendum vote. But will his paper endorse either side?
Amid all the analysis, polling and debate no one has asked Scotland’s animals what they think. #cats4yes #dogs4independence
With this level of boycotting it might might be hard to buy groceries, go to the bank or enjoy a tea cake.
The Labour leader’s walk through central Edinburgh was brief, but at least he bothered.
Alex Salmond and the Yes Scotland campaign now have to fight their way back into the campaign.
All in a day’s work for one supporter of Scottish independence.
All of these things will definitely happen.
Polls drive the campaign, which drives the polls, which drive the campaign, etc.
The prime minister accepts his unpopularity in Scotland, but says he’ll do almost anything to keep the country in the UK.
Workers struggled to hoist the flag in Westminster.
All three party leaders agreed to abandon Prime Minister’s Questions to head north of the border.
THE PUBLIC DEMAND ANSWERS, NOW.
As the Scottish referendum campaign enters its final weeks, some quarters of the pro-independence camp believe a massive amount of oil has been discovered off Shetland and that the media are keeping it quiet. What’s really happening?
A TV broadcast playing on women’s fears of an independent Scotland has been hijacked.
With just weeks to go until the referendum, Yes Scotland explains how it’s going to fight the final weeks of the campaign.
The #YesBecause hashtag is trending across the UK. Here’s why people are backing Scottish independence.